Please tell your background and how did you get here.
What is Biomechatronics and where can we see the application of this field?
You’ve previously mentioned that ‘what is biological and what is not, what is human and what is not, what is nature and what is not will be blur’ can you elaborate what do you mean by this?
Please tell about your bionics you’re wearing right now. And how do they work?
How much average bionics would cost now and how could we make this technology be affordable to general public?
Your team at MIT developed the Agonist-antagonist Myoneural Interface, or AMI for short, that allows humans to sense their prosthetic limbs. How is the AMI different to technology that existed previously?
You are a rock climber yourself. Could we expect in the future where the bionics would have enough technology and data to be able redirect us what is best way go climb in each trail?
Why is the human augmentation will be our future selves?
How do you see the future of Olympics, specially Paralympics?
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